What is the difference between E6000 and B6000 glue?
E7000 adhesive is suitable for vairous materials, such as metal, wood, glass, arcylic, ceramics, stone, bamboo, cloth, shoe, leather, PE, PP, PVC, ABS, nylon, sponge, film, textiles, electronic components, plastics, rubber, fiber, paper type, fiber glass, rhinestones, etc.
After 3 hours the B7000 glue has dried at 80%, for a full drying time wait up to 48 hours.
What is the difference between E6000 and B7000 glue?
Both glues are great… I’d recommend Gorilla Glue if you hate foul odors. I would consider the Original brand if it’s important for your project to be waterproof. I would recommend e6000 if you’re looking for a tough as nails adhesive but don’t mind the above minor caveats.
What is the best glue for jewelry?
E6000, F6000 and B6000 are solvent based adhesives which in laymans terms means that once the solvent has evaporated from the polymer, the adhesive has cured. The main difference between all three will be the ratio of ingredients, so in effect, the adhesives aren’t really that different from each other.